His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta has presided over the official opening of an Integrated Molecular Imaging and Hospitality Center (IMIC) at Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital (KUTTRH) shortly after landing from the USA.
According to a report via State House Kenya, the project which is currently the biggest in the country and the larger East Africa was implemented by the government inorder to expand access to cancer treatment. The center can comfortably accommodate 100 patients together with their families during their admission period.
"The hospital center has a capacity to host up to 100 patients and their families during their stay in the Hospital," read part of the report.
President Uhuru had just arrived from USA in State visit where he held bilateral talks with President Joe Biden. He was further reelected as the UN Council Chair and represented the Country well.
During his tour he managed to source a loan, payable by 2061, from Korea aimed at fully implementing the ongoing BRT project.
The President seems to be overworking, trying to beat time inorder leave a legacy before his term elapses.
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